Until October: Hiroshige woodblock prints

12 September 2018

Utagawa Hiroshige (1797-1858) is well known for his woodblock print series of landscapes and cityscapes. The picture below represents Seba, from the series Sixty-nine Stations of the Kisokaidô Road (late 1830s).

For reasons of conservation, the prints presented in the Japanese galleries on the second floor of the museum are regularly changed every two months. Between six and eight prints are on show at any given time.

New presentation of the donations gallery

11 September 2018

Restauration of the Chinese wall hanging

10 September 2018

27 August 2018

For a bit of freshness, discover iced matcha tea

2 July 2018

Workshops with Emiko Okamoto (Japanese Tea Advisor) on  July 4, 11, 22  and August 5 (limited seats, bookings on )